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Card Gallery: 2010 Topps Allen & Ginter Relics and Autographs by Chris Olds

The empty wrappers are piling up around the country — and beyond — as Topps‘ always-popular Allen & Ginter baseball card set has arrived.

Here’s a look at some of the autograph and memorabilia cards that collectors have found so far … after the jump.

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Lookin’ Pretty Cool overall.

Once it arrives, this will be the first box of A&G I’ll have to personally bust.

Is it just me, or does the A&G design make any off-centering of the card cut a little more noticeable?

Comment by C-Money

Well, it’s the owner of the flying dog who signed…

Comment by chrisolds

I like the flying dog-used frisbee, myself.

Comment by chrisolds

I agree it’s cool,
and I’m guessing this is probably the safest way of acquiring that dog’s Frisbee. Have you ever tried going up to a random dog and taking his Frisbee?

Not gonna happen.

Comment by C-Money

And that one loves its frisbees.

Comment by chrisolds

I’m glad I don’t watch that crap… there’s a better youtube video of the dog in competition out there somewhere. It’s impressive.

Comment by chrisolds

I have a 2010 Francisco Liriano Printing Plate for sale or trade if anyone is interested.

Comment by billy




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